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Jan 9, 2010 7:00am EST
across the healthcare setting these sort of silos that have been created certainly with medicare and medicaid. and that end up resulting in poor quality of care in many ways for patients. that's one of the reasons why we wanted to, you know, advocate for a bundled pavement and there's lots of talk these days of bundling of payments and there's some real advantages to doing that in terms of, you know, creating more flexibility for meeting residents needs in this case so if you could -- you could bundle post-acute payments and payments for long-term supportive services and end-of-life care payments we think that would go a long way in terms of giving more flexibility to facilities and meeting needs. >> david? >> no, i'd just second what haiden said in terms of rationalizing benefit needs whether it's post-acute and chronic care in the nursing home to, you know, end-of-life care separating them out in different benefits. what we propose intagrating them in bundled care. >> let's take a question right over here, please >> gary, now with attas research. it's really a comment on this last
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